Apple on Upgrading your Mac for Gaming
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As part of its continuing efforts to promote Mac gaming, Apple has published an article on its site about how to upgrade your computer for gaming purposes. The article outlines what causes various gameplay problems such as blurry visuals and choppy animation, and what upgrades are required to rectify the problem. Here is an excerpt from the article:
Computer games provide both rousing entertainment and welcome escapism. They allow us to interact with friends, explore mysterious worlds, control the destiny of a civilization, and save mankind from all manner of unspeakable evils. And after we complete one great game, we can't wait to get our hands on its super-charged sequel. The article is written in such a way that a relative newcomer to the world of Mac gaming can understand it and begin making those little tweaks that will enhance their gaming experience. This it is a worthwhile read if you are interested in what may be compromising your game experience, to read it please follow the link below.
Apple on Upgrading for Games
But what should you do if you discover sub-par performance when you load the latest high-intensity game, such as Medal of Honor: Allied Assault, on your Mac? Don't worry? we've assembled a brief guide that walks you through the most common game performance issues. If any of them apply to you, simply apply the advised remedies and get back to having fun on your Mac.
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